Teddy the Husky is the ideal illustration of being a delicate goliath. Tragically, that commendable characteristic neutralized the adorable canine when his kitty kin, Milo, took his bed.
At multiple times the feline’s size, the Husky might have handily overwhelmed his kin, but since he’s a particularly darling, Teddy was attempting to recover his spot.
For his first endeavor, Teddy had a go at sniffing the feline. Milo, in any case, looked profoundly disinterested by Teddy’s solicitation, gazing up at the canine with a catlike articulation of inconvenience.
Tail wagging in nerves, Teddy made another stab at getting his bed back. While Milo continued to watch with unflinching apathy, Teddy placed his head on the bed, a head that was as big as the cat’s entire body.
Finally, Milo seemed to have had enough of his canine sibling, batting him away from the bed. Teddy decided to play in true canine fashion, bouncing around the room and letting out low growls.
Teddy wasn’t able to muster any more defiance than that. Even with his mom’s reassurance, the most he did was place a paw on his bed while Milo was around.
Once again, Milo has proven that size isn’t the only thing that matters. It looks like Teddy, the gentle giant, will have to wait to get his bed back from his feline sibling.